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35x12x16 Yoko Geo MT's on 16x8 6on5.5
These are like brand spaken new. Less than 200 miles. The tires are
metric LT315/75R16 113Q which is a 35" tire,

Rims are basic black steel wheels, special order, 16x8 6on5.5 pattern,
with 2.75" backspace. So great combo for a Toyota or chevy.

$700 In Salem/Portland area, but could work soemthing out

Have some pics available!

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They were special order US Wheels. I will get better pics today


 

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PIA said:
They were special order US Wheels. I will get better pics today


tires are dirty from sitting in the garage so long!!
 

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PIA said:
They were special order US Wheels. I will get better pics today


 

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Those are some great tires. soft rubber but very sticky and good daily driver tires. I went through one set of the 33s and part of the way through a second set before I went to larger tires. Siping the center lugs works wonders for wet roads and extending the life of the tires.

Wish I was up there and had the cash. BTT for ya!
 

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would you be willing to seperate and ship? If so, how much for the tires, and can you dump 1 on a scale and tell me how much the tire weighs?
 

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dont really wanna seperate at this point sense they cost me $60 to mount/balance and would cost me another $30 or so to dismount. But willing to ship. So I guess I'll wait a little bit longer before thinking about splitting. Thanks
 

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ok...at least the bolt pattern is right, I just don't know about that backspacing but....could you tell me then how much 1 wheel/tire weighs so I could figure out shipping?
 

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ill try to get the weight tomorrow, but figure about 80-90lbs for a wheels/tire combo. Best bet is to go www.forwardair.com But shipping tires usually isn't super economical. The BS really pushes the wheel out there.
 

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top/.....sorry, didnt get a chance for more pics
 

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Hey, although I don't want to buy your tires, it might help in selling them if you tell me what you thought of them...I'm in the market for tires...
 

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couldnt tell ya, didnt use em!
 

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i noticed

Hey i noticed that some one wanted to buy just the tires...I want to buy just the wheels....You would you be interested in splitten up...i would pay for delivery...
marshall
 

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i would have to have money in hand for both the tires and wheels before I would split. I dont want to be caught with either wheels without tires or tires without wheels, that I cant use!

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like $240/$460 and i would eat the dismounting costs
 
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